Scooby-doo! The Mystery Begins

Synopsis: The story of how Mystery Inc. was formed.
Director(s): Brian Levant
Production: WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.6
PG
Year:
2009
120 min
1,065 Views


SHAGGY:

Like, wait for me.

Thanks. It won't happen again.

Hey, you mind if I...?

Got it.

Ah!

Have a nice trip, Shaggy?

Hey, yep, sure did. Just like yesterday...

...and the day before that,

and the day before that.

Grow up, man.

Hey, watch out!

Sorry.

Be careful.

What do you got there?

Trying to build a better mousetrap?

This is the prototype of a ethanol-based,

self-circulating nanoreactor.

It filters negative energy

through a quantum matrix...

...by compressing relative density

of atomic matter.

Which I know sounds highly unstable

unless you invert the zirconium...

DAPHNE:

"That which we call a rose...

...by any other name

would smell as sweet...

...without that title.

Romeo, doff thy name...

-... and for that... "

-Excuseth me.

Do you just mind if I just get in there?

-Oh, sure. Just let me move my bag.

-Okay, perfect. Thanks.

All right, I'm just gonna...

I'm just gonna get in here.

DAPHNE:
Just move my bag, all will be fine.

-I know what I'm doing.

DAPHNE:
Really? Because I don't think

you do know.

Made it.

"What's in a name?

What's in a name? What's...?"

Care for a bite?

What is that?

It's a PBJ and S.

-Peanut butter, jelly and sardines.

-Oh, oh, okay.

-I can scrape off the jelly.

-No, thanks.

They scoffed Oppenheimer too.

I realized the kinetic instability

could be addressed...

...by reversing the polarity

of the cadmium core...

Voila, I knew everyone at the science fair

would bow before me.

Oh. Hello.

This is the prototype of an ethanol-based,

self-circulating nanoreactor.

It filters negative energy through a quantum

matrix by compressing relative density.

-Come on, it's just Shaggy.

-Every day.

DRIVER:

All right, have a good one, Velma.

Ah!

-It's just so easy.

-Just go.

GIRL:
[ON PA] Arriba, arriba, the Spanish club

will be hosting a fiesta lunch next Tuesday.

GUY:

Come on.

Must be the humidity.

GIRL 1:
Oh, my God.

GIRL 2:
Not interested?

I hate this job.

I never wanted to be a janitor.

SHAGGY:

Excuse me.

Coming through. Help me.

Locker problems again, Mr. Rogers?

Yeah, I...

I seem to get the squirrelly one every year.

I like to think I am pretty plugged in

to the scene here at the "C.H."

And if we're keeping it real...

...I can't help but notice

that you've had a hard time...

...finding a crew of homebuds

to "kick it" with.

Say what now?

Friends, Mr. Rogers. Do you have any?

Friends? Yeah.

Like, I got tons of those, you know.

Just lots.

They are always inviting me to this...

We're going to the park...

...and throwing and...

Hey, is that a new bow tie?

Right.

Now, believe it or not,

when I was your age...

...I had a hard time

making connections with people.

No.

But you know what helped me?

Philately.

-Bless you.

-No, philately.

Stamp collecting.

Oh, I know what you're thinking.

Dweeb city, huh?

But I have to tell you,

it is more like thrill city.

I'm particularly excited

about my latest find.

One-eyed Jack. Here.

Now, if you'll look closely, you'll notice

that the jackrabbit has only one eye.

It's a misprint.

Those are the most valuable.

Would you look at that?

So, Norville...

...I guess what I'm trying to say

is don't give up.

You'll find people you fit in with.

They may not know it themselves...

...but they're out there,

waiting to fit in with you too.

And until that day...

"Philately is Phun "?

Thanks.

Hey, hey. Right here, dog.

Yeah.

-That is what I am talking about.

-See you.

DEEDLE:

Okay.

MAN:
[ON PA] Welcome to the

Pet Adoption Fair. Open your hearts...

...to an adorable puppy,

kitten or adult pet.

They don't get any cuter

than these little guys.

Banjo here has a lot of personality.

I think we're looking for something

a little bit bigger.

Well, I think I know just the dog for you.

Here he is.

Meet our pet of the day.

He's very affectionate.

He'd bring a lot of joy to any family.

WOMAN:
Are you kidding? Looks like

it would eat us out of house and home.

SCOOBY:

No, no, no.

No.

Don't worry, Scoobert, I have a feeling...

...that you're finally

gonna get adopted today. I just know it.

SCOOBY:

Hello.

Hello. Hello. Hello.

Hey.

That one. I want that one, Daddy.

This is the last time I tell you

you can get anything you want.

Hiya, boy.

Hi, we'll take this one.

-That, one? Really?

-Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Oh, gosh, you know,

we're gonna be really sorry to see him go.

I'll get the paperwork.

Well, fella, you ready to meet

your new family?

Yeah.

-No, no, no!

GIRL:
Daddy! Ah!

MAN:

Ah!

-Scoobert, no!

-Daddy! Help!

-Someone, hey!

-Get him off me!

This crazy mutt's out of control!

MAN:
[ON PA]

Thank you all...

...for making this our most successful

pet adoption fair ever.

Next month for sure, Scoobert.

I just know it.

MAN:

You're good.

Hey. Hey. Hey, wait for me.

Hey. Wait for... Wait for me.

Philately is Phun?

Phooey.

EZEKIAL:
Come, Prudence.

We must serve our new master.

Ah!

What's the matter, boy?

Is something out there got you spooked?

SCOOBY:

Ghosts. Ghosts.

A "roast"? Like, what's so scary

about a delicious roast?

SCOOBY:

Not "roast," ghosts.

It's okay, boy. You're safe here with me.

My name's Norville.

But most people call me Shaggy.

-Shaggy.

-Let's see what your name is.

Scoobert Doo.

Like, I wonder if people call you Scooby.

Kind of has a nice ring to it,

don't you think?

-Yeah.

-Then it's nice to meet you, Scooby-Doo.

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